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Is there an easy way to import and export datas in different formats in VB? exemples please. I mean from an Access database I acceed in VB to a text file or,  best to a file that of the user's choice (like Access export does...)
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from where and where to????

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Yes it is very easy.
The follow example is it very simple way to do
This is only show, not exact code
1) You need open source data (access, dbase, textfile, etc..) you can use ADOdc1
2) You can create new database (access, dbase, textfile, etc..)
  2 a ) You can create this base automatic (read information of field, type of field from the source data or create this it manual
3) Open the new database with ADOdc2
4) You can fill new database from source database
While not adodc1.recorset.eof
    adodc2.recorset(n) = adodc1.recorset(n)
    ......
    ......
    adodc1.recorset.movenext
wend

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